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Honey Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Honey Bean (out of stock)

(Bush Bean) Excellent yellow wax bean, with nice yields of sweet, crispy pods on bush plants. Quick to mature, which makes it a good option for staggered plantings into summer. My go-to variety for yellow beans. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Tonello Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Tonello Bean (out of stock)

(Pole Bean) - A Nova Scotia family heirloom. Brought to Canada from Italy by Santo Luigi Tonello. Santo and his wife Yolanda settled in Liverpool, NS in 1921 and on a return visit to Italy they brought back a small handful of these beans tucked in his shirt pocket. They've been thriving here ever since! A very prolific pole bean with large flat pods (green when small, maturing to yellow) and large shiny black seeds. A great multi-use bean, equally good fresh and dry. 30-50 seeds (15 g)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Sequoia Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Sequoia Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) The flat, romano-style pods are a deep-purple colour, with lots of flavour and a wonderful meaty texture. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

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Provider Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Provider Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) This popular garden standby lives up to it’s name with heavy and dependable yields of round, 5-6 inch green pods. One of our earliest maturing snap beans. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Seed and Scarecrow Farm
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Alice Sunshine Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Alice Sunshine Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) A good multi-purpose variety. The flat green pods are sweet and crunchy as a fresh snap bean and when left to mature and dry the amber splotched seeds make great dry beans. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Blue Jay Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Blue Jay Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) Excellent eaten in the snap stage and also makes a beautiful dry bean (blue jay colours!). Originally developed by Russ Crow in Michigan, it was nearly lost before being found and brought back into circulation by Bob Wildfong from Seeds of Diversity. It made its way to me via Andrea Berry of Hope Seeds. Save these seeds and be part of the comeback! 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Lazy Housewife Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Lazy Housewife Bean
Price: $3.00

(Pole Bean) My personal favourite snap bean. Plants are immensely productive. A well-tended patch will keep you in fresh beans all summer, with enough left over to freeze or can. Plants are prolific climbers growing as high as you will let them. Provide a strong support as vines get heavy when laden with pods. This was the first completely stringless snap bean (hence the name), developed in 1810. To top it off, it’s also a good dry bean when left to mature. Highly recommended. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Royalty Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Royalty Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) Purple podded bush variety developed by Elwyn Meader in 1957. The slightly flattened 5" to 6" pods turn green when cooked. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Tanya's Pink Pod Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Tanya's Pink Pod Bean
Price: $3.00

(Bush Bean) Delicious and beautiful pink-podded snap bean. The pods develop more deeply pink shades in direct sun, while the pods shaded under foliage are more blushed. Introduced by Dan Jason of Salt Spring Seeds. An apprentice named Tanya discovered the original pink plant while working in a row of purple Sequoia beans. 30-50 seeds (15 grams)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Scarlet Runner Bean - Annapolis Seeds
Scarlet Runner Bean
Price: $3.00

(Pole Bean) Stunning bright red flowers on dramatically rampant vines grew well beyond the 12 foot trellis we had for them this year. Pick and eat the fresh young beans for endless blooming. Be sure to grow them on a strong trellis or fence! Hugely ornamental and adored by the hummingbirds who came in droves. About 20 large seeds (any more and they wouldn't fit)

-Grown by Twisted Brook
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